The Razor Drift Crazy Cart

December 5, 2013 - Comment

The Razor Crazy Cart features a drive system that allows it to drive forward, reverse, sideways, diagonally and everything in between. Go-kart and crazy cart modes offer two different ways to ride, and the variable-speed foot pedal lets you accelerate to speeds of up to 12 mph. The Drift Bar provides adjustable caster technology and

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The Razor Crazy Cart features a drive system that allows it to drive forward, reverse, sideways, diagonally and everything in between. Go-kart and crazy cart modes offer two different ways to ride, and the variable-speed foot pedal lets you accelerate to speeds of up to 12 mph. The Drift Bar provides adjustable caster technology and helps you control back-end drifts, and the Crazy Cart offers 360° steering capability so you can make sharp turns in tight quarters. Assembled dimensions: 35.8″L x 25.2″W x 18.9″H
. Offers up to 40 minutes of continuous use. Includes a 24V (two 12V) sealed, lead-acid battery system with a charge time of 12 hours. Maximum weight: 132 lbs.

What’s Included

* Razor Crazy Cart
* 24V (two 12V) sealed, lead-acid battery system

Product Features

  • Two modes, go-kart and crazy cart, let you ride in different styles
  • Drive system goes forward, reverse, sideways and diagonal
  • 360° steering lets you pivot in place and make tight turns
  • Variable-speed foot pedal helps you reach speeds of up to 12 mph
  • Drift Bar helps control back-end drifts and provides adjustable caster technology

Comments

AZmom says:

Wish I could ride! My 8 year old has long outgrown his motorized Jeep and in my opinion is still too little for other motorized vehicles (quads, motorcycles, etc…). Therefore, I was super excited to find this product at my local big name toy store. We do have rules with the Crazy Cart: must wear helmet (no helmet, no riding), must be supervised outside while on it at all times, no neighbor children can ride it, and must drive at an appropriate speed (it can go up to 12 miles an hour). It is safer than I originally thought it looked. Although, it is really low to the ground. Originally, I was afraid it would tip over, but after seeing it and how it works, I’m not so concerned about that. It only holds up to 140 pounds, so sadly I cannot ride on it just yet as I just had a baby.The only real issue is that my son says he likes it, but it makes him dizzy. He hasn’t played on it enough to justify buying it. It does drive in a straight line, but it is made to drift in circles. Therefore, if…

Irma M Clough says:

Broke within a couple of days My 10 year old son got his Crazy Cart on Saturday and by Monday a front wheel broke off and when we called razor , we were told that we won’t be able to get a replace wheel until 2014. We ended up returning the cart and trying one more time with a new cart. And within two days the chain came loose while driving straight down the parking lot. For $400 I don’t recommend this cart. IT was an awesome toy but not for only 2 days of enjoyment.

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